- Location: Swansea - South Wales
- Start Date: March 2018
- Duration: tbc
- Job Type: Temporary
- Sector: Additional Learning Needs (ALN), Primary Education, Secondary Education
- Category: Tutor
- Job Ref: op160301
- Salary: £25+ per hour
New Directions are currently recruiting qualified teachers to carry out home tuition sessions in the Swansea area.
Tutors will work on a one to one basis with pupils during home visits covering a variety of subjects, notably the core subjects including Mathematics and English. Tuition can be arranged to take place in a designated classroom at the pupils school after 3pm or alternatively at the pupils local library or home. After-school hours are flexible and can be arranged directly between the tutor and the pupil’s carer.
Each placement is individual and could involve between two and ten hours per week so would be suitable for teachers with limited availability.
Experience of working with challenging behaviour such as emotional and behavioural difficulties and moderate learning difficulties would also help but is not essential, as some pupils may have some additional learning needs.
Tutors work on a 1-2-1 basis with students usually within the students’ home, covering a variety of subjects notably core subjects including Mathematics, English and Science.
Tutor sessions will be bespoke for each student depending on age and levels, and will normally last between 1 and 2 hours.
Tutors can cover all levels from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 4 however; Tutors will need to have experience of teaching core subjects such as English, Science, and Mathematics at the level they will be tutoring.
To be successful Tutors are required to be:
- Flexible with working hours
- Prepared to work with more than one student in a day
- Happy to travel between locations
- Focused on creating fun and interactive lessons for young people
Please contact New Directions Education for more information on this job vacancy, on 01792 620180, or use our form below to enquire about this job vacancy.
Last modified: 21st March 2018